Third.i to create Newcastle joint-tallest apartment development at the Dairy Farmers site

Third.i Director, Luke Berry, says the apartments will have some of the best views in town

Third.i to create Newcastle joint-tallest apartment development at the Dairy Farmers site
The proposal for the Dairy Farmers site. Image supplied

Newcastle is set for its joint-tallest residential apartment tower, as Sydney developer Third.i. Group lodge plans for two towers on the landmark Dairy Farmers Corner site in Newcastle West.

The two towers, on the corner of Tudor and Hunter Streets, will home 184 apartments across the two buildings. One will rise nearly 100 metres, and 30-storeys, which will be the same number of levels as Pinnacle Apartments. There will be an adjoining five-storey building for retail and commercial.

Local architecture firm CKDS has designed the project. They are behind a number of the city’s new residential and commercial buildings including the multi-award winning Verve Residences, Horizon Lee 5 and East End Stage 2.

A mix of one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments will be on offer, which Third.i Director, Luke Berry, says will have some of the best views in town, as well as the harbour, great dining and entertainment options, and the transport interchange at their doorstep.

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"To create a true sense of community for residents we’ve focussed on incorporating communal and green spaces and facilities such as a gym, a cabana pool area with lap pool, wine bar and cellar, and function rooms,” Berry says.

Third.i to create Newcastle joint-tallest apartment development at the Dairy Farmers site

Third.i positions Newcastle as an exciting market to work in with great potential which presents a sea change for Sydneysiders, empty nesters and downsizes, given its close proximity to Sydney, and a relaxed return to the office, post pandemic.

“In what we believe is a first for the city, we want to use some of the commercial space as a residents’ shared work hub, so they can work from home without being in their apartment,” Berry added.

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The Newcastle West site was once home to Dairy Farmers - one of Australia’s largest dairy producers. In a nod to the history of the site, Third.i will re-imagine the heritage-listed, iconic glass milk bottle and clock towers as part of a pedestrianised, broader public art installation.

Third.i to create Newcastle joint-tallest apartment development at the Dairy Farmers site

Dairy Farmers Towers is the fourth West End apartment project for the Sydney-based developer. It has already completed the West, Eaton on Union, and Stella on Hannell apartments in Wickham, creating 381 inner city homes.

Third.i’s retirement living division ThirdAge is partnering with Merewether Golf Club on the recently approved luxury resort retirement living project – The Merewether.

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“We feel like the West End is our second home and we are excited to be part of its revitalisation. We want Dairy Farmers Towers to be a West End icon, a landmark that will be reborn to create a new chapter in the West End’s growth as a great place in which to live, work and play."

The project has been designed by leading local architectural firm CKDS. The firm is behind the designs of a number of the city’s new residential and commercial buildings including the multi-award winning Verve Residences, Horizon Lee 5, East End Stage 2, and the Gateway l and ll buildings.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and new developments across the country

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